Haworth Holiday Cottages
Home to the Bronte Parsonage Museum, the historic West Yorkshire market town of Haworth may be one of the most famous literary pilgrimage spots in the UK. The cobbled main street of Haworth leads through the churchyard up to stunning views across the Yorkshire Moors. Get your Heathcliff moment by striding across to Top Withens; this ruined farmhouse is thought to be the inspiration for Wuthering Heights.
Our range of beautiful Haworth holiday cottages in Yorkshire get you right into the heart of Bronte Country. For a slice of history, stay in one of our stone-built 18th-century properties in the village centre, with characterful features such as log burners and wooden beams. Large groups can peruse our family-sized cottages, with plenty of socialising space, and dog-lovers will appreciate the private gardens in our pet-friendly properties. Don't forget that our best price guarantee covers each one of our lovely accommodations.
When you've had your fill of visiting the Brontë Parsonage and exploring Haworth's winding streets, there are hundreds of day-trip opportunities nearby. Cross into North Yorkshire and discover the gorgeous villages and countryside of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Or visit quirky Hebden Bridge, with its array of craft shops and breweries. For families, the Worth Valley Railway is in next-door Keighley, delighting children to this day with rides on vintage steam trains.
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The UK's largest county has easily enough variety for a hundred holidays. Go fossil hunting or play arcade games on the east coast beaches; head inland for stunning hikes and get a warm welcome in a traditional Yorkshire pub.